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Jan 10, 2013 6:00am EST
the issues with hurricane sandy or a lot of the issues that actually came up with long lines, none of that has anything to do with some of the laws that were being passed. and so i think getting facts out there and getting folks to understand what this process is all about, the distinctions in your actual access to the process versus, um, the machine you vote on versus the system surrounding, making sure that you're in the right polling place, making sure that, um, you get the ballot that you're entitled to and you're voting for the people that are actually going to represent you. those are things that i think we need to continue to talk about, and certainly we are as an organization continuing to gather data ourselves on what our members experienced on election day, what we observed as poll observers. but what we are at least hearing in the media, what we are hearing anecdotally is certainly what we would have expected given the lead-up to this election. so we appreciate the opportunity to contribute in any way we can to making sure the decisions we make going forward are fact-pac
Jan 4, 2013 6:00am EST
. the housemates attend eastern to consider a bill regarding hurricane sandy really funding. you can see that live on c-span at 10 eastern. at 1 p.m. eastern, senators will join house members for joint meeting of congress. >> maggie hassan was sworn in thursday as governor of new hampshire. the ceremony was a half hour. [applause] thank you. madam speaker, mr. president, madam chief justice, honorable members of the house and the senate and the executive council, former governor, u.s. senator, my fellow citizens, thank you for the trust you have placed in me. it tumbles me, and it will sustain me as i work to lead our remarkable state. [applause] today, as i was sworn in as your governor, i pledged to follow the constitutions of new hampshire and the united states. now i will make one more promise. i will work as hard as i can to honor your trust. i will strive to do so in the tradition that has guided us throughout our history, the tradition of openness, bipartisanship, and collective problem-solving. [applause] no one has exemplified that tradition more than the person i am succeeding. [applause
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